Fragment #15 -- Anecd. Oxon (Cramer), iii. p. 318. not.: `With the pitiless smoke of black pitch and of cedar.'
Fragment #16 -- Schliast on Apollonius Rhodius, Arg. i. 757: `But he himself in the swelling tide of the rain-swollen river.'
Fragment #17 -- Stephanus of Byzantium: (The river) Parthenius, `Flowing as softly as a dainty maiden goes.'
Fragment #18 -- Scholiast on Theocritus, xi. 75: `Foolish the man who leaves what he has, and follows after what he has not.'
Fragment #19 -- Harpocration: `The deeds of the young, the counsels of the middle-aged, and the prayers of the aged.'
Fragment #20 -- Porphyr, On Abstinence, ii. 18. p. 134: `Howsoever the city does sacrifice, the ancient custom is best.'
Fragment #21 -- Scholiast on Nicander, Theriaca, 452: `But you should be gentle towards your father.'
Fragment #22 -- Plato, Epist. xi. 358: `And if I said this, it would seem a poor thing and hard to understand.'